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Karlston posted a topic in Software NewsMicrosoft and Qualcomm to help developers make apps Windows 10 on ARM-compatible Today at Ignite Microsoft announced a partnership with Qualcomm to extend their App Assure with FastTrack testing platform to developers who want to make sure their apps run well on Windows 10 on ARM. Microsoft’s App Assure with FastTrack program is a service designed to help customers, developers, and independent software vendors address application compatibility issues, at no additional cost for qualifying customers. A focus of the program will be to engage vendors
The AchieVer posted a topic in Software NewsUnofficial Build of Chromium for Windows 10 ARM Now Available for Download Microsoft’s migration from EdgeHTML to Chromium for Microsoft Edge browser opens the door to a whole new series of opportunities for Windows 10. As part of Google becoming a bigger supporter of Windows 10 as a whole, Chromium is soon expected to arrive on the Windows 10 ARM platform as well. And while Microsoft and Google are currently working on this project, a skilled developer recently managed to get Chromium up and running on Windows 10 ARM. Today, an unofficial build of this
The AchieVer posted a topic in Software NewsMicrosoft Confirms Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge for Windows 10 ARM One of the benefits of Microsoft’s transition to Chromium is that Google itself has become more interested in bringing its apps and services to Windows 10. And Windows 10 ARM as a platform is likely to get several improvements only thanks to this, as Microsoft worked together with Google engineers to prepare the Chromium engine for ARM-based devices. Earlier this week, developers managed to get Google Chrome up and running on Windows 10 ARM, which in turn made it possible to install the browser on
Karlston posted a topic in Technology NewsWave of low-cost Windows 10 on ARM laptops finally coming (pictures) A major concern for consumers is that the compatibility issues with Windows 10 on ARM outweighed the benefits of the longer battery life, meaning they just did not see the value proposition. One way to address this is to fix the compatibility issues, but this is of course very difficult given how vast and diverse the Win32 platform is. The other is to simply reduce the price of Windows 10 on ARM devices to a level where users are willing to put up with the occasional